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the giving mti
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Shel Silverstein, creator of the beloved poetry collections A Light in the Attic and Falling Up, recites the poem 'Ickle Me, pickle Me, Tickle Me Too' from Where the Sidewalk Ends
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where the sidewalk ends
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come with me,
my heartless fool
I'll onyesha you
my old wood stool.
here it teeters
on three legs
held together
with make-shift pegs.

how are you
my heartless fool
just like my old wood stool?
teeter,
totter,
unstable fool,
teeter
totter
old wood stool.

take my basket,
filled with bread
eat it all
and stand ahead.
heartless fool,
wewe see that man?
he is worthy of a helping hand.

you,
my heartless fool,
keep in mind my old wood stool.
i have made things
with blood and sweat
have wewe ever even made a net?

who worked hard,
just for you?
have a heart,
my heartless fool.
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Here's Shel doing a quick duet with Cash.
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johnny cash
The "sequel" to the Johnny Cash smash hit, A Boy Named Sue (also penned kwa Silverstein). This song is from the father point of view.
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The Missing Piece kwa Shel Silverstein. Music: Kiss The Rain kwa Yiruma
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the missing piece